November 15, 1986: Duke Bootee, George Benson, Beastie Boys, Donna Allen, One Way


JEFF YOUNG’s essential Saturday lunchtime Radio London soul show ludicrously is being moved from November 29 to eight o’clock in the morning, ending at 10am, the thinking being that as it’s such an audience builder maybe it’ll get people switching to the station earlier in the day – the trouble is, its audience must mainly be made up of clubgoers, and for them its original 11.30am start was nicely timed to be their breakfast show! … Streetwave snapped up Fission for rush release in a remix using even more Glenn Miller (although remakes to get around legal problems), thus turning the original rare pressing into an instant collectors’ item … Mantronix’s new LP is evidently going to feature Glenn Miller-type swing tunes too … CBS finally saw sense, and now Oran ‘Juice’ Jones’s seven inch does indeed end with the rap that’s made it a US smash … Mel & Kim have yet another crucially timed remix, harder than scratching, this one called logically enough the Freehold Mix (Supreme SUPETZ 107), 119bpm off acetate – what next, the Planning Permission Mix? … Swing Out Sister’s 112¾bpm remix belies its subtitle A New Rockin’ Version by being actually much funkier right from the start, with an instrumental Horny Version flip, definitely the one to use now (Mercury SWING 2212) … Real Thing unknowingly pre-empted last week’s comment from DJs that a go go remix would help, with their Club Mix which strips back the vocal to expose more instrumental rhythm thus almost fitting the bill … Curtis Hairston ‘Chillin’ Out‘ is being rushed out here on Atlantic hopefully by next week … Jive appear to have the singles rights to Kool Moe Dee ‘Go See The Doctor‘, which in the current venereal climate might even be worth official support as the ideal way to get the condom message over to street kids! … Run-DMC are contributing raps to the next albums by both Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, the latter’s track being anti-crack (Jacko’s US release date of November 26 looks a bit ambitious, informed sources suggesting his LP will be too late for Christmas now) … London’s “warehouse” station WBLS 88.55FM was launched at the Limelight with, in the event, only six Technics decks and those only used normally in pairs, the event (later revealed to have been planned that way by Derek Boland) being probably the most “New York”-like in atmosphere ever in a London club, with no chat, no house, and lots of darkly dressed serious young men upstairs, the real socialising going on downstairs, all in all a good night … Gordon McLeod reports live from London every week to his mother Candy Devine’s Friday 9-11pm soul show on Belfast’s Downtown Radio … New York’s WNBC “flying eye” traffic reporter Jane Dornacker was killed when the helicopter she was actually broadcasting from crashed into the Hudson River … Melba Moore & Freddie Jackson ‘A Little Bit More‘ topped the US Black 45s in Billboard … Luther Vandross’s US newie is the fast rocky 143½bpm ‘Stop To Love‘ – oh dear, I hope we don’t have to follow suit here … Ben Findon’s “1986 Dance Mix” of ‘Love Really Hurts Without You’ is a total remake, containing not one note of the original 1976 hit version, even Billy Ocean’s vocal being from out-takes never previously used, as the original now belongs to CBS — I said it was controversial! … Ben Liebrand is following his hit Tavares revival with a remix of Hot Chocolate ‘You Sexy Thing’ — yawn! … The Time have not only reformed for A&M, but also Herb Alpert has cut five tracks with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for his own new album, while the Brothers Johnson are back together again and back on the label … Thursday (13) Archie Bell & The Drells start their first UK tour for 10 years at Basildon Festival Hall … Bobby Womack joins Patti LaBelle on Saturday (15) at Hammersmith Odeon, but not the following night … Monday (17) Tim Westwood and Lyndon T start hip hopping Hammersmith Town Hall, for free on the local rates for the first two weeks … Thursday (20) Nigel Porter spins Sixties soul and R&B, at Exeter Boxes … Shake & Fingerpop scorch Soho’s Wag Wednesdays … Phil Simmons rocks the house on Fridays at Richmond-upon-Thames’ reopened Park Avenue … Streetwave’s disco plugger Andros, embarrassed by his mailing list being so out of date, wants DJs to help him update it on 01-997 9989 (instant meltdown at Ealing telephone exchange!) … Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley ‘Jack Your Body’ and the old First Choice ‘Let No Man Put Asunder‘ share the same bass line, making a terrific mix, tips Pete Tong … DER RUMP DUMP DUM DUM DUMP DUM…

MIKE SEFTON, in a surprise move, joins the current spate of record company musical chairs and leaves Phonogram (where he’s long been their popular disco plugger) of the end of this month to head black A&R at A&M. This is a wrench, as he’d been looking forward to taking new US Phonagram signing CINDY VALENTINE (left) on a three week PA tour of Aberdeen!


DUKE BOOTEE ‘Broadway’ (HardBack BOSS 2, via Streetwave)
The main man on ‘The Message’ now adapts Dyke & The Blazers’ 1967 classic ‘Funky Broadway’ into a similarly bleak, stark jolting 91⅔bpm go go hip hop rap ‘n’ scratch (inst/edit flip); extremely powerful if depressing.

GEORGE BENSON ‘Shiver’ (Warner Bros W8523TF)
Mellowed out and more hesitantly started, David Todd and Nick Martinelli’s 105bpm extended remix of his outstanding vintage-styled wriggly swaying backbeat jazz-funk jogger is flipped by a useful (unbilled) instrumental dub and the gentle 103/51½bpm ‘Love Is Here Tonight’, and for a “special limited edition” it’s twin-packed with older jerky 0-110¼bpm Jellybean remix of ‘20/20’ (seguing into its dub) and the craftily ‘Shiver’-compatible 105-104bpm ‘Love Will Come Again’. Good value, huh?

BEASTIE BOYS ‘It’s The New Style’ (Def Jam 650169 6)
Although somewhat overtaken by the even fresher Original Concept, this angrily Run-DMC-ish 0-98⅔-0-77bpm rap is exciting floors with its slower “whoa-oh” chant-along rabble rousing last part (dub too), flipped by two treatments of the speaker-blowing very strange backwards-run 46/92bpm ‘Paul Revere’. However, even hotter now is their LP ‘Licensed To Ill’ (US Def Jam BFC 40238), for full review next week but packed with exciting white boys’ rap and Led Zeppelin riffs, the most widely acclaimed standout, though, being their brilliant 0-96⅔bpm revival of War’s ‘Low Rider’, here called ‘Slow Ride’. Check it!

DONNA ALLEN ‘Serious’ (US 21 Records 0-96794).
Hitting a clearly driving slightly dated 110⅓bpm groove, this interestingly arranged expressive singer is like a hipper, more soulful Madonna in a way, with (edit too) a similar if busier 116⅔bpm ‘Bad Love’ flip. Could be a biggie.

ONE WAY ‘IX’ LP (US MCA Records MCA-5823)
Quite a strong Deodato-produced set, sparked by the great sassily strutting 112⅓bpm ‘You Better Quit’, chunkily “Mr Grooving” P’funky 110⅓bpm ‘Set It Out’, and smoochily swaying 75¼bpm ‘Oh Girl’, plus the jiggly 116bpm ‘I Can’t Help Myself’ (both are new songs), taut (0-)120¼bpm ‘Stole My Heart’, tenderly slushy 0-31¾/63½bpm ‘Starry Eyes;, whipping 128¼bpm ‘Whammy’, Isleys-ish flying 137½bpm ‘Who Does She Think She Is’, and their current 104⅙bpm ‘Don’t Think About It’ hit.

THE GAP BAND ‘Big Fun’ (US Total Experience 2701-1-TD)
Evidently nice out of Chakachas’ ‘Jungle Fever’, this rather Stevie Wonderish and (to my mind) wonderful burbling rambling builder finds the guys using real percussion to tap out the gradually unfurling beat at 110⅔(intro)-112¾-112-113⅔-114½-114(chorus break)-112½-114¼bpm. That’s the main Mega Mix; forgive me if I don’t do the other three!

RAZE ‘Let The Music Move U’ (US Grove St. GR-007)
Vaughan Mason jacks the groove again with this time a proper 119½bpm “house” song sung by Wanda Sykes – which is already out here at 118¾bpm on the ‘Ultimate Trax’ LP (Champion CHAMP 103) credited to WANDA OF RAZE – while on import 12 inch there are three more tracks, the ‘Jack Your Body’-like 119¾bpm ‘Get Down’, subdued Wanda sung/rock-guitared 110¾bpm ‘What’cha Gonna Do With Me’ and hi-NRG 128⅔bpm ‘Control Me’. Also on that ‘Ultimate Trax’ compilation from this same New Jersey label is the huskily soulful derivative gentle 109⅔bpm DARRYL PATTERSON ‘Heartbreaker’, its only other previously unissued track (the old KINKINA ‘Jungle Fever’ is 99⅔bpm).

POINTER SISTERS ‘Goldmine (Remix)’ (RCA PT 49788)
The closest they’ve been back to ‘Automatic’, this sassy though solid 108bpm chugger should regain their soul credibility while packing enough pop punch, quite a sneaky grower (dub, and hi-NRG 124⅔bpm ‘Sexual Power’ flip).

CURTIS HAIRSTON ‘Curtis Hairston’ LP (US Atlantic 81693-1)
Sporting the meanest sideburns ever seen, Curtis sounds soulful and is selling fast but there’s nothing else as striking as ‘Chillin’ Out’. Full review next week, BPMs in the Disco chart now.

HEAVY TRAFFIC STARRING “V” ‘Heavy Traffic starring “V”’ LP (US Atlantic 81682-1)
Chunky female funk produced by Brian (Holland-Dozier) Holland, fully reviewed next week, the solidly lurching 110bpm ‘Jealousy’ also being on 12 inch but minus its here obviously included seven inch flip which Tony Blackburn’s plugging, the very soulful gently rolling 0-98⅔bpm ‘Coming Down With Love’. Overall the album’s your best buy.

ISAAC HAYES ‘Ike’s Rap/Hey Girl’ (CBS 650236 6)
In his classic vintage romantic style, this talk started 65⅓bpm smoocher actually carries a subtle anti-crack message, while his surprisingly strong LP ‘U-Turn’ (US Columbia FC 40416) has other typical smoochers (reviewed last week), although of immediate interest are the Surface-prod/penned soulfully smooth 121bpm ‘Flash Backs’ and especially the virtually “house”-styled (0-)123¾bpm ‘If You Want My Lovin’, Do Me Right’, which surely stops Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk from taking that one any further!

COURTNEY PINE ‘Children Of The Ghetto’ (Island 12IS 301)
I hadn’t considered the over hyped flavour of the month jazz saxist to be particularly danceable, but DJs are charting his fluidly weaving delicate 0-72/36-0bpm treatment of the Real Thing song, classily emoted in soaring Minnie Riperton-ish style by sometimes Supremes member Susaye Greene, and it is a sinuous subtle smoocher.

SHINEHEAD ‘Who The Cap Fit’ (Virgin VS 917-12)
Already fashionable and technically much better than ‘Back To School’, say, this hypnotic 88⅓bpm reggae rap has a compelling rhythm tonally similar to someone blowing across a bottletop, with as flip his old Jackson/Junior-reggaefying 83bpm ‘Billie Jean/Mama Used To Say’ medley.

YARBROUGH & PEOPLES ‘Don’t Stop The Feeling’ (US Total Experience 2702-1-TD)
‘Don’t Stop The Music’, ‘Don’t Stop The Feeling’ – yeah, basically it’s the same again six years apart and with studio technology making this 0-100bpm sleazily rolling builder sound crisper (in four mixes). You liked it then, you liked the others in between, you’ll like it again!

FIVE STAR ‘If I Say Yes’ (Tent PT 40982)
Speedily wriggling and tinkling Jackson 5-ish 120bpm galloper, flipped by M&M’s much harder 106⅓bpm US remix of ‘Can’t Wait Another Minute’, and – this release’s traditional instrumental – the moodily juddering 105⅓bpm ‘Let Me Down Easy’.

KOOL & THE GANG ‘Victory’ (Club JABX 44)
Now it’s out here, this bounding 122⅔bpm polished pounder will indeed be a pop hit, just as soulful as Madonna.

UK DISCO TOP 100 – November 15, 1986

01 01 JACK THE GROOVE, Raze, Champion 12in
02 02 MIDAS TOUCH (REMIX), Midnight Star, Solar 12in
04 06 SHOWING OUT, Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
05 03 I’M CHILLIN’, Kurtis Blow, Club 12in
06 05 JACK YOUR BODY, Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, US Underground 12in
07 10 THE RAIN (REMIX), Oran ‘Juice’ Jones, Def Jam 12in
08 07 WORD UP/LES ADAMS CLUB MIX, Cameo, Club 12in
09 11 SEE ME/I REALLY DIDN’T MEAN IT, Luther Vandross, Epic LP
11 08 I CAN’T TURN AROUND, J.M. Silk, RCA 12in
12 22 NIGHTS OF PLEASURE (REMIXES), Loose Ends, Virgin 12in twin-pack promo
13 12 SLOWDOWN (REMIXES), Loose Ends, Virgin 12in twin-pack/promo
14 17 SHIVER/TEASER, George Benson, Warner Bros LP
16 18 DON’T THINK ABOUT IT, One Way, MCA Records 12in
17 15 DUB CAN’T TURN AROUND/LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND, Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk featuring Darryl Pandy, London 12in
18 20 SAMBA (TODA MENINA BAIANA MIX), Georgie Fame, Ensign 12in
19 21 FACTS OF LOVE, Jeff Lorber featuring Karyn White, Club 12in
20 13 GIRLS AIN’T NOTHING BUT TROUBLE (REMIX), DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Champion 12in
21 70 L.A. NIGHTS, Yasuko Agawa, Bluebird Records 12in
22 16 EXCITE ME, Carlton Smith, CityBeat 12in
23 19 SLAVE OF LOVE, TC Curtis, Hot Melt 12in
24 33 BARAH (THE HOUSE MIX), Cleavage, US Studio Records 12in
25 51 SMALL CHANGE (SPARE A DIME MIX), Hindsight, Circa Records 12in
26 38 IT’S THE NEW STYLE/PAUL REVERE, Beastie Boys, US Def Jam 12in
27 59 SHOWING OUT (MORTGAGE MIX), Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
28 24 TALK TO ME, Chico DeBarge, Motown 12in
29 30 YOU CAN DANCE (IF YOU WANT TO), Davis/Pinckney Project featuring Lorenzo Queen, Bluebird 12in white label
30 28 CHILLIN’ OUT (REMIX), Curtis Hairston, US Atlantic 12in
31 25 RUMORS/VICIOUS RUMORS, Timex Social Club, Cooltempo 12in
32 44 PUMP THAT BASS/LIVE (GET A LITTLE STUPID…HO!), Original Concept, US Def Jam 12in
33 29 DANCE YOUR WAY OUT OF THE DOOR, Sharon Dee Clarke, Arista 12in
34 26 (I’M A) DREAMER (SHEP PETTIBONE REMIX), BB&Q, Cooltempo 12in
35 23 BACK TO THE SCENE OF THE CRIME/FREEZE’S THEME, The Incredible Mr. Freeze, London 12in
36 42 GO SEE THE DOCTOR, Kool Moe Dee, US Roof Top 12in
37 36 SUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME, Nocera, 4th + B’way 12in
38 53 BREAKOUT (N.A.D. MIX), Swing Out Sister, Mercury 12in
40 57 STILL SMOKIN’ (HUG A BUT), Trouble Funk, 4th + B’way/TTED 12in
41 37 GOIN’ TO THE BANK (CLUB MIX), Commodores, Polydor 12in
42 64 CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO, Courtney Pine, Island 12in
43 34 CONTROL (REMIX), Janet Jackson, A&M 12in
44 56 HAPPY/WHO LOVES YOU, Surface, US Columbia LP
45 76 AIN’T NOTHING BUT A HOUSE PARTY, Phil Fearon, Ensign 12in
46 32 GOLIATH, James Brown, Scotti Bros LP
47 50 MISUNDERSTANDING (REMIX), James (D-Train) Williams, US Columbia 12in
48 43 AIN’T GONNA PAY ONE RED CENT/RAP VERSION, Wally Jump Junior & The Criminal Element, US Criminal Records 12in
49 87 BACK TO SCHOOL, Bunny Wailer, Solomonic 12in
50 68 MR BIG STUFF, Heavy D & The Boyz, US MCA Records 12in
51 40 GRAVITY/THE BIG ‘G’ (DIG THIS MESS), James Brown, Scotti Bros 12in
52 69 BROADWAY, Duke Bootee, HardBack 12in
53 — YOU CAN’T TURN ME AWAY/GIVE ME YOUR LOVE, Sylvia Striplin, US 12in bootleg
54 48 REAL LOVE, Jesse’s Gang with Jesse Saunders, Geffen Records 12in
55 27 NIGHT TO REMEMBER, Keith Patrick, US Omni Records 12in
56 re SWEET LOVE, Anita Baker, Elektra 12in
57 86 MIND GAMES (DUB GAMES), Cultural Vibe, US Easy Street 12in
58 89 JAM ON ME/DUB ON ME, Company B, US The Summer 12in/Bluebird UK re-edit
59 39 FRIENDS NOT LOVERS (HOT CLUB MIX), Rosaline Joyce, Elite 12in
60 35 OUTSIDE IN THE RAIN (LARRY LEVAN REMIX), Gwen Guthrie, US Polydor 12in
61 55 YOU GOT THE LOVE, The Source featuring Candi Staton, US Source Records 12in
62 46 THE HOUSE MUSIC ANTHEM, Marshall Jefferson, Affair 12in
63 — STEP RIGHT UP (PURE DANCE MIX), Jaki Graham, EMI 12in
64 — I’M NOT PERFECT (BUT I’M PERFECT FOR YOU), Grace Jones, Manhattan 12in
65 41 TASTY LOVE, Freddie Jackson, Capitol 12in
66 83 SLAVE OF LOVE (GO FOR BROKE REMIX), T.C. Curtis, Hot Melt 12in
67 31 IN THE HEAT OF A PASSIONATE MOMENT (REMIXES), Princess, Supreme Records 12in
68 — MILLER LIGHT, Fission, Spacematic Records 12in
69 re JUNGLE FEVER, Kinkina, US Profile 12in/Champion LP
70 52 GIVE, GIVE, GIVE, Disco Aid, Total Control Records 12in
71 re THIS GOOD GOOD FEELING, Veneice, LGR Records 12in
72 80 THIS TIME, Private Possession featuring Hunter Hayes, US 4th + B’way 12in
73 65 FUSION BEATS VOL. 2, US Bozo Meko Records 12in
75 82 IF YOU ONLY KNEW, A Perfect Fit, Move 12in
76 62 IT’S O.K., IT’S O.K., The Force, US Jes Say 12in
77 re BELIEVE IT OR NOT, Billy Griffin, Atlantic 12in
78 — SLOW RIDE (0-96⅔)/SHE’S CRAFTY (96½)/NO SLEEP TILL BROOKLYN (97)/TIME TO GET ILL (98bpm), Beastie Boys US Def Jam LP
79 60 FUNKY GROOVE, Hardrock Soul Movement/Afrika Bambaataa, Streetwave 12in
80 77 SPLIT PERSONALITY (THE REMIX), U.T.F.O., Cooltempo 12in
81 re (POP, POP, POP, POP) GOES MY MIND, Levert, Atlantic 12in
82 49 MOVEMENT/HOUSE VERSION, The Movement, US Underworld 12in
83 100= BIG FUN (MEGA MIX), The Gap Band, US Total Experience 12in
84 — LET ME CHANGE YOUR MIND (109⅓)/TAKE CHARGE (118)/THE MORNING AFTER (112¼)/LET’S MAKE LOVE TONIGHT (113½)/HOLD ON (FOR ME) (109⅓)/(YOU’RE MY) SHINING STAR (85¾bpm), Curtis Hairston, US Atlantic LP
86 63 THE WIZARD (THE JAZZ MIX), Paul Hardcastle, Chrysalis 12in
87 re YOU’RE THE ONLY ONE, Wooly Reasonable & The Yo Culture, US Beauty and The Beat 12in
88 97 SERIOUS/BAD LOVE, Donna Allen, US 21 Records 12in
89 45 OOPS OH NO (LP VERSION), LaToya Jackson, Music Of Life Records 12in promo
90 61 STRAIGHT TO THE HEART, The Real Thing, Jive 12in
91 71 WE RAP MORE MELLOW, Younger Generation, US Brass 12in
92 74 HOUSE OF BAMBOO, Earl Grant, Decca 12in EP
93 re NAIL IT TO THE WALL, Stacy Lattisaw, Motown 12in
95 re MASTERMIND TURNTABLE MIX, Loose Ends, Virgin 12in
96 54 NON-STOP (REMIX), Skyy, Capitol 12in
97 85 L.O.V.E. M.I.A (FARLEY KEITH REMIXES), Dazz Band, Geffen 12in
98 79 BACK IN LOVE AGAIN (REMIX), Walter Beasley, US Elektra 12in
99 — FREE (96½-95¾-95⅓-96-95¾-95½), Mellaa/I JUST GOT TO HAVE YOU (70⅔-71)/AFTER I CRY TONIGHT (76⅔-76½bpm), Lanier & Co., US Dance Floor 12in
100 re KEEP ON LOVIN’ HER, Jeff Lorber, US Warner Bros 12in


01 01 YOU KEEP ME HANGIN’ ON, Kim Wilde, MCA Records 12in
02 02 ANIMAL MAGNETISM, Darryl Pandy, Nightmare 12in
03 03 EYE CONTACT, Linda Lusardi, Polo 12in
04 06 DELIVERANCE, People Like Us (featuring Cindy Dickinson), Passion 12in
05 05 TIGHTROPE, Evelyn Thomas, Nightmare 12in
06 07 SO GLAD, Pepper Watkins, US TSR 12in
07 09 READ ALL ABOUT IT, Flirtations, Passion 12in
08 — WHO KNOWS WHAT EVIL, Man Two Man, Nightmare 12in
09 08 MEMORIES, Carolyn Harding, US Emergency 12in
10 04 TO BE OR NOT TO BE, Jock Hattle, Italian Taurus 12in
11 13 DON’T DELAY, Earlene Bentley, Nightmare 12in
12 12 LOVE HANGOVER, Tracy Ackerman, Debut 12in
13 — OOH LA LA, Princess Day, US Dance-Sing 12in
14 — FIRE ON THE MOON, Aleph, Italian Time 12in
15 — CRY CRY CRY, Two Minds Crack, Sire 12in
16 21 LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND, Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk featuring Darryl Pandy, London 12in
17 22 DON’T LEAVE ME THIS WAY (REMIXES), The Communards, London 12in
18 14 FINGERTIPS/MUSIC THAT YOU CAN DANCE TO (UK CLUB VERSION), Sparks, Consolidated Allied Records 12in
19 16 NUMBER ONE LOVER, Sadie Nine, Record Shack 12in
20 17 KNOCK ME SENSELESS, Eastbound Expressway, Passion 12in
21 15 GIVE ME YOUR LOVE, Sisley Ferré, Dutch Hot Sound 12in
22 26 LOVE’S GONE MAD (REMIX), Seventh Avenue, Tangerine 12in
23 18 DANCE YOUR WAY OUT OF THE DOOR, Sharon Dee Clarke, Arista 12in
24 10 YOU’RE GONNA SUFFER, Bertice Reading, Sublime 12in
26 25 TWO OF HEARTS (EUROPEAN DANCE MIX), Stacey Q, Atlantic 12in
27 28 BRAND NEW LOVER, Dead Or Alive, Epic 12in
28 11 WHAT HAVE I GOT TO LOSE, Astaire, Passion 12in
29 re CATCH THE FOX, Den Harrow, Italian Baby 12in
30= — SOMEONE LIKE YOU, Sylvester, US Warner Bros 12in

One thought on “November 15, 1986: Duke Bootee, George Benson, Beastie Boys, Donna Allen, One Way”

  1. And so finally, many months after “Jack Your Body” first appeared on import, Pete Tong finally makes the connection with “Let No Man Put Asunder”.

    Wanda of Raze “Let The Music Move U” was a massive track for Graeme Park at The Garage in Nottingham, which hung around well into 1987; for us, it was one of the defining tunes of that period.


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